I divided the Magic Nuudles into three BIG bags for the 3 grandboys

Squishy Sqooshy Biodegradable Building Blocks Are Fun For Grandparents and Grandchildren

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A pink rose by any other name smells as sweet - And whether a Magic Nuudles or Enviroblox stickits - they are plenty of fun

Squishy, squooshy, funky FUN! That was the conclusion of my three grandsons as we all enjoyed their Magic NUUDLES. And after test driving the EnviroBlox last year and the Magic NUUDLES this year, our verdict was – they are BOTH just as much fun! And creatively inspirational! And cool to squish around. Great for all grandkids, and very good activities for autistic children or those dealing with sensory integration disorder issues as well! 

This box had 450 of the biodegradable building blocks in it. I divided them up into three plastic gallon size bags and in the space of a very enjoyable afternoon, they used up about half of them.

I divided the Magic Nuudles into three BIG bags for the 3 grandboys

One had fun with several small alien creatures.

My grandkids had a great time making little robots and aliens with their Magic NUUDLES

Another went for wild and crazy sea animals.

The Sandwich Generation granny nanny had so much fun watching them build giant sea monsters too

And the third chose to build a sci-fi space ship complete with cannon.

These Magic Nuudle activities for grandparents and grandchildren were definitely a highlight of the day

We brought out cups of water and dipped the enclosed sponge in  the water. Then they just touched the blocks to the sponge to get it damp and linked up the pieces. They had so much fun and are looking forward to doing it again tomorrow when I will be babysitting these sweet grandchildren.

This afternoon, while driving my grandteen and a friend to church, they discovered the bags in the car. “How cool,” they exclaimed and started in as we drove. Oddly, the easy to use digital camera in my iPhone doesn’t show the true color of this – it was actually a pink flower that my granddaughter made for me specifically for PINK SATURDAY!     🙂 


My teenage granddaughter enjoyed the Magic Nuudles as much as the grandsons

Definitely fun for activities for grandparents and their grandchildren! AND since Hobby Lobby, where I got these, and Amazon which also carries them, are both favorite and practical ways to save money on craft activities for grandparents and grandchildren, I’m also linking up for Thrifty Things Friday. Join us, won’t you. 🙂

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    • lea
    • May 20, 2011

    how brilliant! i would love to play with those, too!

    • Marydon
    • May 20, 2011

    Have not seen these before Lea. What fun … I’ll have to look for them.

    Have a fabulous PS weekend,
    TTFN ~

  1. Happy Pink Saturday Kaye Sweetie…
    What a gorgeous share today. I love these unusual little biodegradable building blocks. Looks like a wonderful time was had by all. I think my youngest 3 would try to eat them, at least give them a try. I just know they would think they are marshmallows.

    Love the colors, and that flower, is so delightful. I am going to be checking these out at Hobby Lobby. I can’t wait to give them a try. I know the oldest ones could get real creative with them, and what fun for the holiday. Thank you for the wonderful share.

    Have a gorgeous weekend sweetie. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

  2. Happy Pink Saturday!! I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  3. I tried to friend you on twitter but I don’t know how to do it…I’m new to twitter…My name on there is CindyAdkins1 if you can find me!

  4. I’ve never seen those bricks but they look like lots of fun! Happy Pink Saturday!

  5. What fun!! A brilliant idea.

    Happy Pink Saturday!

  6. what a great idea and another one to share it…

  7. How fun and perfect for the green thinker. The kids will love them and the adults too I think. I love them. A great invention.
    Hugs, Jeanne

  8. Thanks Kim 🙂

  9. Thanks Jeanne. I definitely love them! Lots of squishy fun for grandparents AND grandchildren 🙂

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